Interview with Donny Meertens on Women’s Land Rights & Youth Views on Transitional Justice in Colombia
Read how women mobilized around land rights, why single women are excluded from land restitution processes & the different views between women & youth on transitional justice!
Interview with USAID’s Wade Channell on Rule of Law Reform
Learn what Wade had to say on future trends in the rule of law sector, how to publicize lessons learned, and USAID’s biggest challenges in re-defining rule of law work.
Event Recap: Rule of Law in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Learn what distinguished rule of law practitioners, the former International Development Secretary, and academics had to say on the importance of rule of law in the post-2015 UN development agenda.
Event Recap: The Relationship Between Rule of Law and Transitional Justice
Read a summary of this event hosted by the American Society for International Law on how transitional justice can contribute to strengthening rule of law reform.
Event Recap: The Role of Youth in Access to Justice
Read about two young attorney’s who have worked on access to justice initiatives for youth in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia and learn how mobile phones can improve access to justice.
The Impact of Rule of Law on Poverty and Development
A new report reviews the impact of rule of law initiatives on reducing poverty and boosting development and highlights which programs were successful and why.
Recommendations on Improving Evaluations in the Rule of Law Sector
Learn about the preferred method for stakeholders to absorb lessons learned & the evaluation reports that are most effective.
Interview with Anthropologist Dr. Stephen Lubkemann on Accessing Justice in Liberia
This anthropologist studied how Liberians interacted with the justice system and explains why more anthropologists are needed in the rule of law sector.
Using Popular Culture to Build Rule of Law in Chile
Learn how Proyecto ACCESO used techniques from US and Russia in the 20th century to promote rule of law through popular culture in South America.
Interview with the Egyptian Diaspora on Strengthening Rule of Law and Democracy in Egypt
Read about the latest changes in Egypt, how being part of the Diaspora has helped advance rule of law and democracy, and how the international community should alter its approach.
Interview with Professor and Rule of Law Practitioner: James M. Cooper
Check out what James Cooper had to say on his experience helping South America transition to an adversarial system while still balancing indigenous forms of justice.
10 Things To Know About Rule of Law Reform
From focusing on a country’s power structure to including anthropologists and political scientists, Dr. Rachel Kleinfeld explains how the rule of law sector should change.
Citizens in Burma Share Ideas on How to Build Rule of Law
Citizens came up with ideas to address corruption, access to justice barriers, and the disconnect between government and the population
Interview with Kimberley Motley: The Only Western Lawyer Practicing in Afghanistan
Read what this lawyer had to say on youth, informal justice systems, and rule of law programming by the international community.
Event: Best Practices in Impact Evaluations: Anti-Corruption and Rule of Law
Check out the challenges and recommendations in monitoring and evaluating rule of law and anti-corruption programs.
Event: 20 Years of Rule of Law Programs in Europe and Eurasia
Hear what practitioners had to say on lessons learned from some of the first rule of law programs in Europe and Eurasia.
Event: ABA ROLI Hosts Panel on The Role of Youth in Rule of Law
Learn what a panel of youth experts had to say on the current state of rule of law programs for young people